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The Oregon State wrestling team has finished 4th, 3rd, 2nd and 4th at the last four PAC 12 wrestling tournaments.
The good news for Oregon State's wrestling team is none of their starters last season were seniors, i.e., all of their 2020 starters return for 2021.  The bad news is Oregon State finished last season in 4th place (out of 6 teams) at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament with those same starters.  Another piece of good news is the Beavers get their 2019 starter back at 157 lbs in the form of Hunter Willis.  Hunter was the 2019 PAC 12 runner-up to Arizona State's Christian Pagdilao at the 2019 PAC 12 tournament at 157 lbs.


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The probable lineup for Oregon State's wrestling team for the 2021 season is as follows: (Returning Starters listed in Bold print.  Of couse this is all subject to change as some wrestlers may move up (or down) from their present weight class and there may be transfers involved which would affect this probable lineup in the next few months.  I have listed each weight class (below) by each wrestler's WrestleStat ranking.
All rankings are from WrestleStat - CORRECTIONS ARE WELCOME

 

125 lbs

# 27 ranked Brandon Kaylor (20-6) - 2021 RS Sophomore - Placed 3rd at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament at 125 lbs.

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Kaylor lost 14-8 vs Arizona State's Brandon Courtney last January in the ASU vs. OSU dual.   Kaylor won 5-2 vs. CSUB's Alejandro Hernandez-Figueroa last February in the CSUB vs. OSU dual.   Kaylor won 8-7 vs. Stanford's Jackson DiSario last February in the Oregon State vs. Stanford dual.   Kaylor won by Major Decision (15-4) vs. Little Rock's Jayden Carson last February in the Little Rock vs. Oregon State dual.  Kaylor won by FALL (1:26) over Benny Martinez of Cal Poly last February in the Cal Poly vs. Oregon State dual.  Kaylor lost his first match at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament by a score of 10-3 vs Jackson DiSario of Stanford.  Kaylor won his next match at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament 10-5 over Jayden Carson of Little Rock and Kaylor won the 3rd place match at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament over CSUB's Alejandro Hernandez-Figueroa.
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# 158 ranked Luciano Fusalo (7-4) - 2021 RS Freshman

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- NONE

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# 158 ranked Gaven Jolley (0-0) - 2021 RS Freshman

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- NONE

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# 236 ranked Kade Uyesaka (7-5) - 2021 RS Freshman

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Uyesaka lost 9-2 vs CSUB's Eddie Flores last January at the California Collegiate Open.

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133 lbs


# 20 ranked Devan Turner (26-9) - 2021 RS Senior - 2020 PAC 12 champ at 133 lbs

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Turner beat Arizona State's Joshua Kramer 5-4 last January during the ASU vs OSU dual.  Turner won 5-3 over CSUB's Chance Rich last February in the CSUB vs OSU dual.  Turner won 10-4 in SV OT # 1 over Gabe Townsell of Stanford last February in the Stanford vs. Oregon State dual.   Turner won 8-6 over Paul Bianchi of Little Rock last February during the Oregon State vs. Little Rock dual.   Turner won 10-4 over Cole Reyes of Cal Poly last February in the Cal Poly vs. Oregon State dual.    Turner beat Arizona State's Joshua Kramer 11-5 in his first match at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament.  Turner beat Little Rock's Paul Bianchi 5-3 in the 133 lbs championship match at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament.

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# 179 ranked Jason Shaner - 2021 Junior - 2020 NJCAA National Champion at 133 lbs - Transfer from Clackamas Community College.

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Shaner won 7-5 over Luciano Arroyo of Stanford last January at the Menlo Open.

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# ___ - Gabe Vidlack - 2021 True Freshman - Three time Oregon 3-A State champion (at 126 lbs in 2020, 120 lbs in 2019 and 113 lbs in 2018).
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141 lbs

# 16 ranked Grant Willits (23-9) - 2021 RS Junior - 2020 PAC 12 runner-up at 141 lbs

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Willits won 10-4 last December at the Reno T.O.C. over Wyatt Cornelison of Cal Poly.  Willits won by Major Decision (13-0) over Andrew Bloemhof of Cal Poly last December at the Reno T.O.C.  Willits won 5-2 over his teammate, Riley Gurr, last January at the Southern Scuffle.   Willits won 8-2 last January over Navonte Demison of Arizona State in the ASU vs OSU dual.  Willits won by Major Decision (12-2) over CSUB's Angelo Martinoni last February during the CSUB vs. OSU dual.   Willits lost by Major Decision (9-1) to Stanford's Real Woods last February in the Oregon State vs. Stanford dual.   Willits won by Major Decision (10-0) over Conner Ward of Little Rock last February in the Oregon State vs Little Rock dual.   Willits won by FALL (3:56) over Jake Ryan of Cal Poly last February during the Cal Poly vs. Oregon State dual.  Willits won 9-4 over Angelo Martinoni of CSUB in his first match at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament.  Willits lost by Major Decision (11-2) against Stanford's Real Woods in the championship match at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament at 141 lbs.

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# 55 ranked Riley Gurr (9-5) - 2021 RS Sophomore

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Gurr won by FALL (1:41) vs. Little Rock's Trent Dooley last December at the Reno T.O.C.   Gurr won by FALL (0:41) vs. Little Rock's Cody Mirander last December at the Reno T.O.C.    Gurr won by Injury Default vs. Stanford's Fabian Santillan last January at the Southern Scuffle.   Gurr lost 5-2 vs his teammate, Grant Willits, last January at the Southern Scuffle.

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# 129 ranked Connor Noonan (13-8) - 2020 RS Senior

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Noonan won 7-5 vs. his teammate, Noah Mirelez, last November at the Mike Clock Open.   Noonan won 3-0 over Andrew Bloemhof of CSUB last December at the Reno T.O.C.  Noonan won by FALL (1:21) over Noah Blakely-Beanes of CSUB last January at the California Collegiate Open.    Noonan won by Major Decision (8-0) over Jacob Peralta of CSUB last January at the California Collegiate Open.  

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# 204 ranked Russel Stigall (0-0) - 2021 RS Freshman

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- NONE

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# 204 ranked Wayne Newman (3-4) - 2021 RS Freshman

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- NONE

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# 269 ranked Noah Mirelez (3-4) - 2021 RS Freshman

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Mirelez lost 7-5 to his teammate Connor Noonan last November at the Mike Clock Open.

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149 lbs

# 40 ranked Lane Stigall (18-15) - 2021 RS Junior - Placed 5th at 2020 PAC 12 tournament at 149 lbs.

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Stigall lost 10-4 to Jaden Abas of Stanford last December at the Reno T.O.C.   Stigall won 5-3 over Josh Maruca of Arizona State last January in the ASU vs. OSU dual.   Stigall lost by Major Decision (13-5) to CSUB's Russell Rohlfing in the CSUB vs OSU dual.   Stigall won 8-2 over Requir van der Merwe of Stanford in February during the Stanford vs Oregon State dual.  Stigall won 9-3 over Tyler Brennan of Little Rock last February in the Little Rock vs. Oregon State dual.   Stigall lost 3-2 to Cal Poly's Joshy Cortez in February during the Cal Poly vs. OSU dual.   Stigall lost his first match at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament to Joshy Cortez of Cal Poly 2-1 in Tie Breaker # 1.   Stigall lost his 2nd match at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament 3-1 to Josh Maruca of Arizona State.  Stigall beat Little Rock's Tyler Brennan 4-0 in the 5th place match at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament.
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157 lbs

# 40 ranked Hunter Willits (17-4) - 2021 RS Junior - Redshirted last season.  He was the starter for Oregon State at 157 lbs for the 2019 season and he finished the 2019 season as the 2019 PAC 12 runner-up at 157 lbs.

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Willits won by Tech Fall (16-0 in 3:00) vs. Hunter Balk of Arizona State last December at the Reno T.O.C.  

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# 135 ranked Logan Meek (4-16) - 2021 RS Sophomore - Placed 6th at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament at 157 lbs.

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Meek lost 11-7 to Max Anderson of Cal Poly last December at the Reno T.O.C.   Meek lost by FALL (5:27) to CSUB's Wyatt Gerl last February during the CSUB vs. OSU dual.   Meek lost by FALL (0:21) to Stanford's Tyler Eischens in the Stanford vs. OSU dual last February.   Meek won 12-5 over Little Rock's Jose Champagne last February in the Little Rock vs. OSU dual.    Meek lost by FALL (4:05) to Brawley Lamer of Cal Poly last February in the Cal Poly vs OSU dual.   Meek lost his first match at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament by Major Decision (15-4) to Brawley Lamer of Cal Poly.  Meek lost his 2nd match at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament 7-3 to Wyatt Gerl of CSUB.  Meek lost the 5th place match at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament to Jose Champagne of Little Rock.

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# 137 ranked Robert Garcia (12-5) - 2021 RS Freshman

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Garcia beat Cal Poly's Max Anderson 10-4 last December at the Reno T.O.C.

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# 288 ranked Michael Murphy (2-5) - 2021 RS Sophomore

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Murphy lost by FALL (0:42) last January during the ASU vs. OSU dual.  

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165 lbs
 

# 52 ranked Aaron Olmos (12-13) - 2021 RS Junior - Placed 5th at 2020 PAC 12 tournament at 165 lbs

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Olmos won 10-6 over Little Rock's Will Edgar last January at the Southern Scuffle.  Olmos lost by FALL (3:46) vs. Arizona State's Josh Shields last January during the ASU vs OSU dual.   Olmos lost 7-5 vs. Jacob Thalin of CSUB last February in the CSUB vs OSU dual.   Olmos lost by FALL (6:23) vs. Stanford's Shane Griffith last February during the Stanford vs. Oregon State dual.   Olmos won 11-5 vs. Little Rock's Will Edgar in February during the Little Rock vs Oregon State dual.  Olmos lost 8-7 vs. Cal Poly's Bernie Truax in the Cal Poly vs. Oregon State last February.   Olmos lost 4-3 vs CSUB's Jacob Thalin in his first match at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament.  Olmos lost 9-3 to Cal Poly's Bernie Truax in his 2nd match at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament.  In the 5th place match at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament Olmos beat Little Rock's Will Edgar 6-2.

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# 151 ranked (at 174 lbs) Ein Carlos (4-0 at 174 lbs) - 2021 RS Freshman

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- NONE - Carlos was listed on last season's roster at 165 lbs however he competed at only one tournament and he competed (and won) four matches at 174 lbs.

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174 lbs

# 85 ranked Jackson McKinney (7-11 at 174 lbs) - 2021 RS Sophomore - Placed 3rd at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament at 174 lbs

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON (at 174 lbs) -- McKinney lost by Tech Fall (20-4 in 5:58) vs. Anthony Valencia of Arizona State last January in the ASU vs OSU dual.  McKinney lost by FALL (6:14) vs. CSUB's Albert Urias last February in the CSUB vs OSU dual.   McKinney lost 3-2 to Stanford's Jared Hill in February in the Stanford vs. Oregon State dual.  McKinney won by Tech Fall (15-0 in 4:54) vs Little Rock's Cash Jones last February during the Little Rock vs. Oregon State dual.   McKinney won 6-0 over Cal Poly's Dylan Miracle in February during the Cal Poly vs Oregon State dual.   McKinney lost his first match at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament to that same Dylan Miracle of Cal Poly by a score of 3-2.   McKinney beat CSUB's Albert Urias 8-6 in SV OT # 1 in his 2nd match at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament.  McKinney beat Cal Poly's Dylan Miracle by Major Decision in the 5th place match at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament.
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# 125 ranked Brett Bell (2-2) - 2021 RS Sophomore

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- NONE

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# 151 ranked Ein Carlos (4-0 at 174 lbs) - 2021 RS Freshman

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- NONE - Carlos was listed on last season's roster at 165 lbs however he competed at only one tournament and he competed (and won) four matches at 174 lbs.

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# 222 ranked Steven Shelofsky (0-0) - 2021 RS Freshman

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- NONE

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184 lbs
 

# 29 ranked Colt Doyle (19-8) - 2021 RS Senior - 2020 PAC 12 runner-up at 184 lbs

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Doyle won by Major Decision (13-1) last December vs. Austin Clayton of Arizona State at the Reno T.O.C.   Doyle won by FALL (6:53) vs. Nick Addison of Stanford last January at the Southern Scuffle.  Doyle won 9-3 vs. Austin Clayton of Arizona State in January during the OSU vs. ASU dual.  Doyle won by Major Decision (12-4) vs. Josh Loomer of CSUB last February during the OSU vs CSUB dual.  Doyle won 9-3 over Nick Addison of Stanford in February as part of the OSU vs. Stanford dual.   Doyle won by Tech Fall (16-0 in 2:30) over Matt Muller of Little Rock in February during the Little Rock vs. Oregon State dual.  Doyle won 9-3 over Trent Tracy of Cal Poly in February at the Cal Poly vs. Oregon State dual.  Doyle won 7-3 over Cade Belshay of Arizona State in his first match at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament.  Doyle lost 7-3 to Josh Loomer of CS Bakersfield in the 2020 PAC 12 tournament championship match at 184 lbs.

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# 142 Colton Beisley (2-10) - 2021 RS Junior

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- NONE

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197 lbs

# 53 ranked J. J. Dixon (16-15) - 2021 RS Sophomore - Placed 4th at 2020 PAC 12 tournament at 197 lbs

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Dixon lost 9-6 vs. Kordell Norfleet last January in the ASU vs. OSU dual.   Dixon won by Injury Default over Dom Ducharme of CSUB last February in the OSU vs CSUB dual.  Dixon lost 5-2 to Nathan Traxler of Stanford last February in the Stanford vs Oregon State dual.  Dixon won by FALL (4:10) over Dylan Johnson of Little Rock last February in the Little Rock vs Oregon State dual.  Dixon lost 9-7 to Thomas Lane of Cal Poly last February in the Oregon State vs. Cal Poly dual.  Dixon won by Tech Fall (16-1) over Josh Annis of CSUB in his first match at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament.   Dixon lost by Major Decision (12-3) to Kordell Norfleet of Arizona State in his 2nd match at the PAC 12 tournament.   Dixon won by FALL (2:59) over Dylan Johnson of Little Rock in his 3rd match at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament.  Dixon lost by Major Decision (11-3) to Thomas Lane of Cal Poly in the 3rd place match at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament.

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# 193 ranked Max Gomez (7-5) - 2021 RS Freshman

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Gomez lost by Major Decision vs. Brady Gilliland-Daniel of Arizona State last December at the Reno T.O.C.

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# 206 ranked Adam Rateb (5-6) - 2021 RS Senior

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- NONE

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285 lbs

# 88 ranked Jamarcus Grant (17-19) - 2021 RS Senior - Placed 5th at 2020 PAC 12 tournament at 285 lbs.

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Grant won 3-2 over his teammate, Christian Robertson, last November, at the Navy Open.  Grant lost 9-2 to Tanner Hall of ASU in the ASU vs OSU dual last January.  Grant lost 9-6 to Jarrod Snyder of CSUB last February in the CSUB vs OSU dual.   Grant lost 6-1 to David Showunmi of Stanford last February during the Stanford vs Oregon State dual.  Grant won 6-5 over Sam Aguilar of Cal Poly last February in the Cal Poly vs Oregon State dual.   Grant lost by Major Decision (9-0) to Sam Aguilar of Cal Poly in his first match at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament.  Grant lost 8-2 to Jarrod Snyder of CSUB in his 2nd match at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament.  Grant took 5th place by default at the 2020 PAC 12 tournament as Little Rock did not have a heavyweight competing.

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# 144 ranked Hayden Still (7-7) - 2021 RS Sophomore

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- NONE

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# 151 ranked Brian Barnes (5-4) - 2021 RS Junior

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- Barnes lost 6-1 to his teammate, Christian Robertson, last November, at the Mountaineer Invitational.

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# 224 ranked Tristan Osborn (4-4) - 2021 RS Sophomore

PAC 12 MATCHES LAST SEASON -- NONE

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1 hour ago, ConnorsDad said:

Is Kaylor moving up in weight?

No - He will be at 125. Vidlak will be redshirting at 125. Wrestled 126 this past season without cutting weight...of course he could be up t o 157 with the stay at home in Oregon. 

 

1 hour ago, Downtown Brown said:

 Campfire talk had some concern. Are we talking 165? Where are the assistants? Has CP made any announcement that I missed? 

No hires yet on assistants...national search still going. I believe he moved to Corvallis this weekend. Camps still on schedule for this summer. Carlos looked pretty good at the end of last season at 174. I don't know if he will make the move down to 165 or stay at 174. But he has potential and I would not be surprised to see him in the starting lineup. Campfire talk? 

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For replacing a fired coach, CP is stepping into a nice little situation at OSU. 3 returning NCAA qualifiers with 2-3 others capable of qualifying come next season. As for assistants, it sounds like he's retaining Meeks and Miller. He's conducting a "national search" for a head assistant though. 

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21 minutes ago, RegularStalling said:

For replacing a fired coach, CP is stepping into a nice little situation at OSU. 3 returning NCAA qualifiers with 2-3 others capable of qualifying come next season. As for assistants, it sounds like he's retaining Meeks and Miller. He's conducting a "national search" for a head assistant though. 

Source? 

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Some tid bits I will throw out.

Heard Jolley @ 125 has left the team.  No ideas what his plans are.  Carlos at 174, I could totally see that happening.  Also Hunter Willits wrestled one open tournament at 165, that is a possibility too.  Then put Garcia at 157?

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13 minutes ago, CB said:

Some tid bits I will throw out.

Heard Jolley @ 125 has left the team.  No ideas what his plans are.  Carlos at 174, I could totally see that happening.  Also Hunter Willits wrestled one open tournament at 165, that is a possibility too.  Then put Garcia at 157?

Yes he did beat 5 guys from lower division schools - decisively - at 165 lbs at the Boxer Open in January.  However LOOK at WHO he beat - ok?

Guys from Umpqua Community College, Southern Oregon, Simpson (I didn't know the Simpsons had a college - go figure), Warner Pacific and Simon Fraser.  Not exactly Division I caliber opponents there.

If he moved up to 165 lbs would he be an improvement over who Oregon State had at 165 lbs last season............probably but then who do you have at 157 lbs for 2021?  You say Garcia but Garcia's highest ranked opponent last season was # 77 ranked Matt Olguin of Fresno State and Garcia lost by Major Decision.  Most of Garcia's wins last season were against lower level guys (like Hunter at 165 lbs last January).

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33 minutes ago, Idaho said:

Source? 

His interview with Mark Bader upon taking the position. Pendleton said something along the lines of, "I've been in contact with Meeks and Miller." And it is implied that at the time the plan was or is to keep them around. 

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51 minutes ago, RegularStalling said:

His interview with Mark Bader upon taking the position. Pendleton said something along the lines of, "I've been in contact with Meeks and Miller." And it is implied that at the time the plan was or is to keep them around. 

As to coaches, Didn’t retain them. 


campfire: scuttlebutt around the program.

simpson: a 4 year school in California. Unfortunately 1 more than the bronco state has. Kudos to Simpson. 

Currently trying to get staff right now and get Some RTC money . having zoom meetings with team as wel.

 

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1 hour ago, CB said:

Some tid bits I will throw out.

Heard Jolley @ 125 has left the team.  No ideas what his plans are.  Carlos at 174, I could totally see that happening.  Also Hunter Willits wrestled one open tournament at 165, that is a possibility too.  Then put Garcia at 157?

IMO I think a combo of Willits - Olmos is better than Garcia-Willits. I guess it will depend on if Willits wants to get bigger and bump up and who might be transferring in. McKinney and Carlos will be a good one to watch next season. I was surprised McKinney could make that weight. He was pretty big at 174. 

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14 minutes ago, Downtown Brown said:

As to coaches, Didn’t retain them. 


campfire: scuttlebutt around the program.

simpson: a 4 year school in California. Unfortunately 1 more than the bronco state has. Kudos to Simpson. 

Currently trying to get staff right now and get Some RTC money . having zoom meetings with team as wel.

 

Campfire talk had some concern. Are we talking 165? Where are the assistants? Has CP made any announcement that I missed

You went from not knowing anything about assistants to knowing "currently" what was going on very quickly.  From personal experience, most (not all) of those "campfires" are not worth sitting around. 

 

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2 minutes ago, Downtown Brown said:

Any word why they didn’t keep the Commited heavyweight? Seems like that was a need. Maybe someone better coming in?

Didn't hear a name or an actual commitment but knew something was in the works. Last season they had 5 heavies on the roster but no legit backup 133. Already 4 on the roster for next year so maybe they wanted funds going another direction. With the transition of coaching staff there may have been things in play that were no longer in play once CP was hired - but that's just speculation. If you listened to the last interview with CP he stopped himself and said he couldn't comment on anyone coming to OSU. 

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5 minutes ago, Idaho said:

Campfire talk had some concern. Are we talking 165? Where are the assistants? Has CP made any announcement that I missed

You went from not knowing anything about assistants to knowing "currently" what was going on very quickly.  From personal experience, most (not all) of those "campfires" are not worth sitting around. 

 

Right, as in who are the assistants? Just because my kid told me the other assistants weren’t retained (they got to announce to the team via online meeting), doesn’t mean I know the new ones. He was bummed but should be ok. Thanks for the concern on the campfire, I’ll make note.

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29 minutes ago, Downtown Brown said:

Right, as in who are the assistants? Just because my kid told me the other assistants weren’t retained (they got to announce to the team via online meeting), doesn’t mean I know the new ones. He was bummed but should be ok. Thanks for the concern on the campfire, I’ll make note.

Yep - looking forward to next season - young team with a lot of potential. Some good hard working kids. CP has another interview coming up in a few weeks with the state tour. Not sure of any before that. 

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11 hours ago, Downtown Brown said:

simpson: a 4 year school in California. Unfortunately 1 more than the bronco state has. Kudos to Simpson. 

 

 

Last time I checked there were seven four year colleges & universities in Idaho.

Boise State University in Boise, ID

University of Idaho in Moscow, ID

Idaho State University in Pocatello, ID

BYU Idaho in Rexburg, ID

College of Idaho in Caldwell, ID

Lewis Clark State in Lewiston, ID

Northwest Nazarene in Nampa, ID

 

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Correct, my bad. Was referring to 4 year schools with wrestling programs. Unfortunately Idaho =0 in that department. Truly a terrible thing. Simpson at least had a team. North Idaho College has a team, but is a junior college. Boise should have a team. LC State should have a team. Idaho State should have a team. 

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Yes, after No Class Bob Kustra abruptly ended the Boise State wrestling program a couple of years ago Idaho is just like other states like Washington and Texas and until recently Arkansas..........zero division I schools with wrestling programs.  But then Simpson is not a Division I program in wrestling either it is in fact an N.A.I.A. wrestling program.

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